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News & Discipline hearings

Read the latest News including the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, the Registration Renewal fees for 2020, the Discipline Hearing schedules, and more.

Self Assessment

NDs: You must complete a new QA Advertising Self-Assessment as part of renewal.

Registration Renewal 2020

Registration Renewal 2020 is now open until 5 p.m. on March 31.

Things to KnOw

Important information to keep you informed and up to date with the College and its activities.

Complaints Process Infographic

Need help filing a complaint? Our new Complaints Process infographic outlines the course of a complaint from start to finish.

iNformeD Winter 2019/20

This issue focuses on a registration renewal, on a discipline outcome and an ND's essay, on ownership and transfer of patient files, on the Governance Review consultation and much more.

Updates to Standards and Guidelines

The College Executive Committee recently approved changes to a number of Standards of Practice and Guidelines that outline quality and safety expectations for services provided to patients by naturopaths. Click the title above to see the changes.

Andrew's Corner

The blog of the Registrar of the College of Naturopaths of Ontario is open to the public and members of the profession to participate in by reviewing and providing comments. Posts are listed below by topic covered.
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Facts & Stats from our last fiscal year [infographic]380f6b2a-1f12-41b1-a5a8-865e05f8e5951/9/2020 4:15:43 PM
Myth Bustersd4092879-8db9-46a0-930a-42c3c54cad1112/5/2019 1:39:53 PM
The Public Register: an important patient resourceb47caa86-9412-403d-be17-270ae4350ba711/22/2019 3:58:33 PM
6 Tips to Avoid Insurance Related Complaints8ab48d5d-28d7-4e7b-ab86-3b659a4d9cc410/18/2019 1:56:55 PM
7 Tips for Using Electronic Records in Your Practiceeff5bebd-bdf8-41a9-a780-0a1ce5bdd7ec8/14/2019 10:26:13 AM
Medical Devices98d77dc8-c37e-41b5-bc30-d4275b80be1c6/27/2019 11:40:51 AM

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